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Microbial toxins in moisture damaged indoor environments and cultural assets

AuthorsSalkinoja-Salonen, M. S.; Peltola, J.; Andersson, M. A.; Sáiz-Jiménez, Cesáreo
Issue Date2003
PublisherTaylor & Francis
CitationMolecular biology and cultural heritage: 93-105 (2003)
AbstractBuilding, caves and historic items containing materials of biological origins, such as wood, paper, textile may contain microorganisms which emit toxins with human health damaging properties. Investigators, restorers and conservators may get exposed to these toxins via inhaled air and skin contacts if not properly protected. This paper reviews health hazardous substances produced by bacteria and fungi, methods for detection and gives recommedations for protection.
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